Cold brew coffee is a cool and refreshing drink for the summer.
Sometimes it is good to keep it simple: cool blend of cold brew coffee and toasty cane syrup make a tasty pair.
How to freshen up your cold brew coffee? It´s actually quite easy because cold brew coffee has many good friends; mint, lemon, lime, soda water, lemonade…
Feeling like reminiscing summer? Add blueberries and lime to your cold brew and you're good to go!
The softness of cold brew coffee and the sweetness of ginger beer makes a perfect combination. Try it and you'll fall in love immediately!
Cinnamo-licious cold brew coffee.
This naturally energising chocolaty treat matches cold brew coffee with chocolate. Enough said :)
Super way to start your morning
Soft Ice Cold Brew, what a mouth watering cup of joy!
Lots of ice cream mixed with cold brew coffee, what could be better?
Learn how to make cold brew coffee by using Toddy. How to video & instruction how to prepare the coolest coffee drink!
Cold brew solution for cafés/home
Cold brew is fun because it works perfectly in many different coffee recipes. Cold brew coffee is strong and that gives flexibility to mix it with various flavours. Here's some inspiration for your summery cold brew drinks!
This refreshing fruity surprise with Cold Brew Sparkling Coffee and orange will rock your boat for sure.
This bold combo of Cold Brew Sparkling Coffee and kiwi syrup is the fruity drink of your dreams.
Costa Rica is a Central American country that is almost the same size as Estonia in terms of area, but has four times the population. While the crops ideally suited to the Estonian climate are carrot, beet and turnips, in Costa Rica it’s bananas, melons and coffee. In this blog post I discuss how coffee is grown in Costa Rica and what I saw and experienced on my travels.
It is mid-January and it's snowing in the Sahara, but there is still no sight of snow in Helsinki. Meanwhile, in Costa Rica, it's supposed to be dry season and summer at its best, but in recent days the country has been hit by heavy rains and cold winds. Rainfall has caused the coffee trees to bloom for several months too early, which has a negative effect on the coming crop.
Paulig's Sourcing Manager for coffee Anna Vänskä is taking a year to travel around countries of origin. In Costa Rica, she sips on chorreador-brewed coffee while tropical rain is falling on the coffee trees.